Metropolis Magazine - Metropolis Magazine June 2016 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin "Vertical Urban Factory" Traces the 250-Year Evolution of Manufacturing Spaces Ross Wolfe, A massive new volume makes the case for manufacturing to return to cities, albeit in a vertical format. Q&A: Olson Kundig on Designing for Privacy and Collaboration in the Workplace Dora Vanette, Susan S. Szenasy discussed designing for both privacy and collaboration in the workplace with the Seattle-based architecture firm Olson Kundig. Back to the Fold: Jake Dyson's Return Puts Dyson In A New Light Avinash Rajagopal, A new LED line brings fresh clarity to Dyson's commercial offerings—and marks Jake Dyson's return to the company after 12 years. Phoenix's Camby Hotel Embraces Southwest, Avoids Clichés Mikki Brammer, One of Phoenix’s newest boutique hotels, the Camby embraces its southwestern roots without delving too far into cowboy territory. Redefining (and Redesigning) the Way WeWork Works Anne Quito, Drawing on feedback from its coworking locations around the world, WeWork is constantly refining the best practices for collaborative workspaces. New York's New Design District? Dora Vanette, Metropolis’s new neighborhood is fast becoming a hub for design businesses, from established companies to up-and-coming initiatives. Where We Work: Inside the New Offices of Metropolis Magazine Dora Vanette, After almost two decades, Metropolis moves to an airy, light-filled office that supports a collaborative model of media production and considers evolving ideas of workplace design. Warby Parker's New York Office Plays Up Midcentury Design Influence Matthew Shen Goodman, Warby Parker’s office perfectly reflects the eyewear company’s ethos—sophisticated but energetic. The V&A's Ove Arup Retrospective Reveals the Man Behind the Global Engineering Firm Avinash Rajagopal, The first retrospective on Ove Arup reveals the man behind the global engineering firm. Scholten & Baijings' Glass Gradient Turns the Material on Its Head Janelle Zara, Glass is often emblematic of transparency. So it makes it an odd choice when privacy is what’s needed. Scholten & Baijings’ new architectural glass collection for Skyline Design not only promises coverage but adds an exciting visual counterpoint to the typical office arrangement. Everlane Pulls Back Curtain on Business Model and New HQ Mikki Brammer, Digital fashion retailer Everlane pulls back the curtain, both on its business model and its new headquarters. The Complete Guide to NeoCon 2016 Metropolis Editors, Everything you need to know about Chicago's annual design celebration. Suzanne Tick's Luum Is a Fresh Force in U.S. Textiles Belinda Lanks, The newest entrant into the American contract textiles industry, Luum is based on artisanal approaches, material exploration, and a keen sense of how commercial spaces are evolving. NeoCon 2016 Preview Avinash Rajagopal, A sneak peek at the products that will be on display at NeoCon in Chicago, June 13th through 15th.